The airport’s entrance gets bedazzled.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Fountain Place has been called his masterpiece. It’s now one of 28 of his designs celebrated in an exhibition.
… with a PHOTO GALLERY.
But the real surprise may be in who commissioned the idea.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson on Alfredo Jaar’s piece, part of Nasher Xchange.
The LATimes‘ architecture critic reviews Dealey Plaza – as a piece of urban planning, as a repository of historic meaning, as something Dallas let decay until the 50th anniversary started coming up.
Currently both onstage at the Dallas Theater Center, A Raisin in the Sun and Clybourne Park take on racial confrontations over Chicago real estate — 50 years apart and with very different sensibilities. But the conflicts and the scars on the cityscape can be viewed in Dallas terms as well. Take, for instance, the ways Little Mexico and La Bajada have turned out.
Catch Dane Walters’ video of the Aurora experience Friday. And consider my thoughts on why THIS Aurora, why now, when it came to drawing crowds downtown. Don’t worry. I won’t be hurt. I know you’ll click for the video.
The Nasher Sculpture Center marks its 10th anniversary this weekend with the official launch of the Nasher XChange, ten public artworks spread around the city. It’s a fitting tribute to the spirit of Raymond and Patsy Nasher – who enjoyed sharing their collection with the world.
A natural fit between hall and honoree: Lamar Hunt founded the American Football League, Major League Soccer, co-founded World Championship Tennis – the list goes on. So now you can learn how well you run against a T-Rex in the Lamar Hunt Family Sports Hall.